10cAmendment to article 124 of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal CourtThe Hague, 26 November 2015in accordance with article 121(4) of the Rome Statute.Parties18<a href="/doc/source/docs/ICC-ASP-14-Res2-ENG.pdf" target="_blank">Resolution ICC-ASP/14/Res.2</a>, adopted by the Assembly of States Parties to the Rome Statute.On 26 November 2015, at the 11th plenary meeting of the Assembly of States Parties to the Rome Statute, which was held from 18 to 26 November 2015 in The Hague, Netherlands, the Parties adopted by Resolution ICC-ASP/14/Res.2, in accordance with article 121, paragraph 3, of the Rome Statute, the Amendment to Article 124 of the Rome Statute. The amendment was circulated by the Secretary-General under cover of depositary notification C.N.439.2015.TREATIES-XVIII.10 of 30 July 2015 . The Amendment will enter into force in accordance with article 121, paragraph 4 of the Rome Statute which reads as follows: “Except as provided in paragraph 5, an amendment shall enter into force for all States Parties one year after instruments of ratification or acceptance have been deposited with the Secretary-General of the United Nations by seven-eighths of them”.
ParticipantAcceptance(A), RatificationAndorra 3 Nov 2020 AAustria22 Sep 2017 Belgium16 May 2019 Croatia27 Apr 2018 Finland23 Sep 2016 AFrance19 Mar 2018 Italy13 Apr 2018 Latvia24 Apr 2020 Liechtenstein21 Jan 2022 Netherlands<superscript>1</superscript>20 Mar 2017 ANorway 1 Jul 2016 APortugal11 Apr 2017 Romania14 Jun 2018 Slovakia28 Oct 2016 ASlovenia 2 Apr 2019 Spain21 Mar 2022 Sweden26 Jan 2022 ASwitzerland14 Dec 2018
1For the European part and the Caribbean part (the Islands of Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba) of the Netherlands and for Curaçao.